Who we are?
The Center for Studies and Innovation in Knowledge Management (CEIEC) is a research institute created in 2007 by the Francisco de Vitoria University with the support of the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce (Call for Reference Centers and Digital Content - Plan AVANZA; BOE September 20, 2007; PAV-100.000-2007-412) and the European Union through the ERDF Funds.
After several years focused on the research, design and development of Serious Games oriented to the world of disability and culture, the Center is currently dedicated to R&D&i in the field of Artificial Intelligence both in its aspect of basic research in models and algorithms as in that of application to specific domains.
We work with deep neural models (Deep Learning) and evolutionary computing algorithms (Genetic Algorithms) and we apply them, among others, to the fields of medicine, architecture and heritage, AAL (Active & Assisted Living), energy efficiency or legal environment through signal processing, image analysis and natural language processing (NLP). To this end, we collaborate with researchers from other faculties/universities and participate in public and private competitive research projects and R&D&i contracts with companies in these sectors.
We also develop transdisciplinary research in collaboration with humanities departments at the intersection between philosophy and Artificial Intelligence, both in the ethical implications derived from the use of AI, as well as in the anthropological and epistemological concepts of this science.
New article published: Audio Restoration using Deep Autoencoders
A new publication in the lab. In this case, Alberto Nogales Moyano and Alvaro José García Tejedor have published a paper entitled: “A Deep Learning framework for audio restoration using Convolutional/Deconvolutional Deep Autoencoders” in the journal Expert systems with applications. […]
Poster sent to IEE ISBI 2023
From the Master Thesis co-supervised by Alberto Nogales, a poster has arisen to be presented at IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) 2023. This work entitled “Automatic breast ultrasound bi-rads description model” continues with the application of Deep Learning […]
New article published: DL on Infantile Epileptic Spasms
Journal “Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine” (Q1 in Computer Science) has accepted a paper entitled “Discriminating and understanding brain states in children with epileptic spasms using deep learning and graph metrics analysis of brain connectivity“. In this paper co-authored […]
"A computer that is aware of what it is doing has not yet been designed; but, most of the time, we are not either"
The FOQUM-CEIEC collaboration agreement establishes a program of scholarships for joint research, training and dissemination activities in the field of Deep Learning. Another objective of the collaboration is the training of researchers and the transfer to the company of the know-how acquired.